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How to keep your pets away from spring time harm

OKLAHOMA – Spring is here and summer is right around the corner.

Warmer weather and longer days bring more adventures and greater dangers for curious pets and unknowing pet owners.

As pet owners enjoy the great outdoors with their pets it is important to keep in mind that more time spent outdoors presents a multitude of risks to our pets and ourselves.

Steve Dale, pet advocate and pet expert will discuss springtime hazards, what to avoid outdoors and how to protect your pet and your home from parasites. In addition, Steve will share pet symptoms to be aware of for infections and allergies. Dale’s outdoor hazards include:

Doggie deception: Oklahomans breaking law made to help handicapped

It seems unthinkable.

Oklahomans are breaking a law intended to help the handicapped.

Pet lovers who don’t want to leave their four-legged friends behind are dressing them up to look like service dogs and taking them everywhere.

It’s illegal and unethical but that hasn’t stopped scores of people  from slapping a vest and patches on their pooch to impersonate a service dog.

Because of privacy laws, businesses aren’t allowed to ask if the dog is really a service dog or a fake.

For a small price, anyone can buy cape and take their dogs to concerts, get around rental agreements or into restaurants where untrained animals were never intended.

These cheaters are making life more difficult for those who rely on service animals each day.

Lance West is investigating what is being done to stop this despicable crime of doggie deception.

He will have his full report ready at 10 p.m.

New bill to allow Okla. horses slaughtered for meat

OKLAHOMA CITY – Lawmakers in our state’s house are attempting to pass a bill that would legalize the slaughter of horses in the Sooner State.

Under House Bill 1999, the meat from the slaughter would then be shipped out of state and even out of the country.

For many, horses are more than just livestock, they are pets.

Tribute Equine Rescue CEO Natalee Cross said, “Horses aren’t your typical livestock animals, they are pets, they are compassionate.”

Law makers said many people simply can’t afford to take care of their horses.

Generous viewers help fire victims and 3-legged dog

If you’d like to assist the family, an account has been set up at the Chickasha Bank & Trust Company, 1924 S. 4th St, Chickasha, OK 73018.

GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – It’s tough for Katie Crosley to come back to her home of a dozen years.

A large, fast-moving fire swept through the Grady County home early Sunday morning.

Crosley said, “It was up to the top of the trees, 30-or 40-foot tall flames.”

Katie and her newborn son, Jace, were asleep on the couch.

Blind, deaf, 3-legged dog saves family in fire

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Blind, deaf, 3-legged dog saves family from fire

GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – Katie Crosley has endured her fair share of hardship.

Her son, Jace, was born with a heart defect.

Crosley said, “We spent four weeks in NICU. When it rains, it pours, I guess.”

Early Sunday morning smoke and flames consumed their Grady County cabin.

Katie and Jace woke up to a wailing Dachshund.

Tuttle teens wrangle alligator

TUTTLE, Okla. — A group of Oklahoma teens had quite an experience early Monday morning.

They came face to face with an alligator.

This group of country boys decided they weren’t going to just leave it there.

They caught the alligator and came out with just a few scratches and quite a story to share.

Teacup Yorkie missing from Elk City

Teacup Yorkie missing from Elk City
An 11-year-old girl is searching for a teacup Yorkie after it went missing this past weekend at an Elk City motel.